Hotel Kuva Chateau
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... I was quite looking forward to, and while it wasn't huge, it was still a nice way to spend an evening and some good memories. There are still a lot of activities and events that I want to do. It is just a matter of slotting them all in around working hours and which weekends suit best with the weather and other friends' plans. Work has gotten better in the past month or so, thankfully, and touch wood, it will stay fairly pleasant for the rest of ...
We woke up on May 12th to the sound of rain. Thankfully, it stopped by the time we thought we should get going. First stop was a traditional Chinese breakfast of salty soy milk with deep fried Chinese dough. Yummy. Then it's off to an eclectic collection of Taiwanese artifacts circa 1900. The price of admission was overpriced coffee. There are thousands of old Chinese and Japanese books, ...
... decided I needed to find coffee, I had only had one small cup during the last 18 hours or so. I proceeded to find some art exhibits (if I ask you what you could do with a 100 or so spoons, I'm pretty sure a full sized female statue or two owls wouldn't be your answer), a quiet e-library with e-magazines available on tablets, a secluded rest area with only two comfy chairs in a room filled with greenery and, my goal with the excursion, a coffee place where I had a ...
... for a chat. I even surprised myself at how responsive I was. It must have been the sunshine.
The walk was lovely, and it felt regrettable when I had to cut back into the city. I was starving though and my hunger took precedence as usual. I found a local restaurant where one of the staff spoke English and had a lovely bowl of wonton noodle soup. Really enjoying my meal made me rue all the times which I had taken the easy option and gone to KFC or McDonalds. ...
... great. There was multiple hot, warm and cold pools as well but you had to wear a swimming cap in them – one of Taiwan’s crazy rules. Dinner was amazing because it was authentic Taiwanese food but done on a grander scale...the only thing was that because we are not vegetarians we barely got any veggies. So for the whole weekend it was all about the meat and rice. (btw: I tried goats feet...not that bad actually) After dinner we ...